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  • A bullied child unknowingly summons a surrogate family of monsters
  • Limited print run of 1,600 copies
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  • During the darkest days of the Civil War, five pistols of otherworldly power fell into the hands of bad men but the sixth and most dangerous was still missing
  • Premiere issue of a series that ran for six years, ending with issue #50
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  • Series created by Kieron Gillen about contemporary mythological figures
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  • Introduction of Dragon Ball Z
  • 1st appearance of Goku, the main character of Dragon Ball
  • *rumors there is a live-action reboot of Dragon Ball Z in development
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  • Premiere issue of a four-part limited series about a private investigator with a gambling problem who is given the chance to wipe her debt clean if she can find the casino owner's missing granddaughter
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  • Premiere issue of a 3 part series about a small Alaskan town invaded by vampires during a naturally occurring, month-long absence of the sun
  • Written by Steve Niles, illustrated by Ben Templesmith
  • 1st traditional comic book published by IDW
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  • Scare collection of cartoon strips from the Ohio State University newspaper, The Lantern
  • Approximately 1,000 trade paperbacks were printed with a retail price of $3.95
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  • Daniel Warren Johnson creates and independently publishes an unofficial entry in the Star Wars universe of stories
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  • Four-issue limited series that follows a band of vigilante space pirates
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  • Debut of long-running, independent manga, Gold Digger
  • *creator Fred Perry describes the series as a combination of Indiana Jones and Final Fantasy
  • 1st appearance of Gina and Brittany Diggers
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  • One-shot, black and white comic book based on characters developed by Steve Purcell and his brother during their youth
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  • A dark fairy tale about a boy who fights against becoming the monster he fears lives inside of him
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  • 1st Underground comic published in Detroit
  • *the term "Underground" refers to self-published comics in the late 60s/early 70s that disregarded the Comics Code with adult-oriented stories
  • Back cover advertisement of music acts performing at the Grande Ballroom: Jethro Tull, Chuck Berry, The Who
  • Stories by Robert Crumb and other notable names of the sub-genre
  • Illustrations by famed concert poster artists Carl Lundgren and Gary Grimshaw
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  • Premiere issue of an ongoing series chronicling the strange adventures of girls at scout camp
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  • Collected comic strips from the Berkeley Tribe newspaper published in Berkeley California from 1969 to 1972
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  • 1st appearance of Gutt Ghost
  • Self-published, 8-page mini-comic
  • *value unknown
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  • Premiere issue of a new series from the creator of 'Chew'
  • Synopsis: a farmer who harvests human replacement organs experiences strange occurrences as something sinister beneath the soil contaminates his crop
  • [July 2019 - in-development at AMC]
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  • 1st appearance of Faust
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  • Mature content series based in the "furry" erotica genre which involves fantasy animal characters
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  • Autobiographical comic book featuring stories about the author, Harvey Pekar and his life in Cleveland, Ohio
  • Adapted into a film starring Paul Giamatti as Harvey Pekar
  • American Splendor was a 16 issue series, published annually until 1993 when it was then acquired by Dark Horse
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  • Tells the story of the time before The Flood as humanity was on the verge of their first apocalypse
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  • A drunken Texan travels the galaxy exterminating aliens as one of the last representatives of the once great Fear Agents
  • Inspired by EC Comics best known genres: horror, war and sci-fi
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  • Premiere issue of a 7 issue limited series by Joe Kelly and J.M. Ken Niimura
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  • 1st appearance of Cavewoman (Meriem Cooper)
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  • Series created by Jason Aaron about good-ol'-boy vigilantism in Alabama
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  • A humorous take on the life of a girl who works for a super-villain
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  • 1st appearance of Madman, Frank Einstein
  • Wraparound color
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  • 1st appearance of Pineapple Man, the first superhero rooted in Hawaiian folklore and operating exclusively on the island
  • 32 page, black and white Ashcan (small-print run to establish copyright ownership)
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  • 1st titled series of Lloyd Llewellyn, a humorous character inspired by film noir and Las Vegas lounges
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  • 1st appearance of Bubba the Redneck Werewolf
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